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Authors: Nicholas of Verdun  
Title: Klosterneuburg (Austria): Cappella di Leopoldo. Altare di Verdun (1181)
Start date: 1181
End date: 1181
Historical Period: Western Middle Ages

The so-called Verdun Altar, one of the most important examples of medieval goldsmith art, located in Klosterneuburg Abbey. The Altar comprises a total of 51 enamelled panels arranged in three horizontal layers, corresponding to the epochs of the history of salvation.

Place: Klosterneuburg, Austria  
Languages: No linguistic content; Not applicable
Medium: gold (metal)
enamel (fused coating)
Project: BYZART Project  
Fond: UNIBO Bovini Archive  
Physical type: altars (religious fixtures)
Material and technique: enameling
Data provider: University of Bologna  
Appears in Collections:BYZART

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